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Weekly Bulletin: October 20

How To Participate

Zoom Links are sent out twice a week for upcoming events. If you haven't received "How To Participate" before, please reply to this email and we will add you! Thank you.

Upcoming Gatherings

Locations (virtual/real) noted in brackets after event name. To receive Zoom links, ask us to subscribe you to our "How to Participate" Email!
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Face Forward: Growing Up in Nazi Germany
a play by Brendon Votipka

Real Teen Theater presents:

Face Forward: Growing Up in Nazi Germany
a play by Brendon Votipka

Sunday, October 25, 2020
7:00pm
on Zoom

The story of three teens with diverse identities and hopes experience the tensions of the early years of Nazism in Germany. The tensions between hopes and fears, fitting in and heroism will feel highly relevant in our time of political stress. A discussion of the play's themes will follow the one act play.

Our teen and adult cast will bring the play to life on this anniversary of the Harvest Action, a mass murder committed at forced labor camps over a two day period in south western Poland, in 1944.

Please click the link below to join the webinar:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82647659985

Shabbat Shalom

This Saturday, October 24, 10 AM :

Rabbi Andrea leads a traditional Shabbat service via Zoom. The room ID will be distrubted in our bi-weekly "How to Participate" email. Please contact our office to receive this announcement.

Join our A/V Team!

Open call to join our A/V production team!

We plan to continue to use AV recording and broadcasting as one of our tools for programs and services this year.  We'd like to train up a few folks on the equipment.
 
We may tape people cooking, singing (DISTANCED), leading services, and teaching. Some projects will need editing and some will be posted on YouTube.
 
If A/V recording, Zoom, editing and YouTube are skills you'd like to develop, please get in touch and we will add you to our list of producers.

Thank You to Our Sukkah Builders

Many Thanks to the awesome team that built, and un-built, our sukkah this year: Bob Cherdack, Archie Nahman, Norm Hirschfeld, Rhonda Wainshilbaum, Jan Rabinowicz, Josh Platt, Sara Evelyn, Rabbi Andrea, Lenore Style, and Lew Becker!

We appreciate your work and thank you for enabling our community to have a memorable and beautiful Sukkot!

Contribution Link

This link may be used to contribute online for the High Holidays or any Temple class/program. Simply note the purpose of the contribution in the "Notes" field. Checks may also be mailed to 27 Pierce Street, Greenfield, MA 01301.

Community Events

 
 

SILVERTHORNE THEATER PRESENTS FILM VERSION OF 
THE TATTOOED MAN TELLS ALL
 
Silverthorne Theater is honored to once again bring to audiences an important piece of dramatic writing, The Tattooed Man Tells All - a vital voice in the telling of the stories of the Holocaust.  Peter Wortsman's gripping solo piece, was woven from a series of interviews conducted, on a fellowship from the Thomas J. Watson Foundation, in Vienna in 1975 with witnesses to and survivors of the Holocaust, the scene of Western Civilization's worst excesses.
 
Silverthorne's filmed version of the play will be broadcast online by Silverthorne Theater Company on November 13-14, 2020 at 7:30 pm. Tickets are available at https://stc.booktix.com/. This production is a fundraiser for Silverthorne Theater Company. There will be a free live Zoom discussion with the playwright immediately following the viewing on Friday, November 13th. The Zoom link will be posted closer to the show. 
 
Click here for tickets

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